"We continue to fail our own people as the black middle class," Eugene says about Shebeshxt.
"I was there, feeling like I was losing my mind. My sister was there, Icebolethu Funerals was also there. I slept for two hours," says Babes Wodumo.
"We trust that she will be back on the road soon, doing what she loves and what we all love her for, healing people through her powerful gift and ...
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"The Crowns have become an institution and it takes a great team for them to become successful," founder Zanele Mbokazi-Nkambule said.
"When I got to school people kept telling me how sorry they were, asking me about R5 and I couldn't concentrate at school,"
Halala. Actress Kwezi Ndlovu is expecting her first baby.
"I don't use the term coparenting because nothing has changed in terms of how we see our roles as parents and I'm really grateful for that."
"I knew 'Fake Gobela' wouldn't end well, but I didn't expect death."
"I have been involved in an important effort that teaches kids the value of compassion towards one another—one of the most crucial life lessons."